Analog Communication

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Oxford University Press, 2010 - Technology & Engineering - 557 pages
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Analog Communication has been specially designed for use by the undergraduate students as well as the faculty of electrical, electronics, and communications engineering. It provides an exhaustive coverage on the fundamental concepts and recent developments in communication theory.

The book follows a bottom-up approach by building up the basic concepts of conventional modulation systems in the initial chapters and describing the latest trend in communications towards the end. It covers, after a brief introduction on the concepts of communication theory, chapters on Amplitude modulation, Angle modulation, Pulse modulation and also discusses the concept of TDM, FDM, Delta and adaptive Delta modulations. The book also provides a chapter on Digital communication that contains coverage on the concept of FSK, PSK, QAM etc in a brief manner. A separate chapter on "Noise" highlights the different type of Noise encountered in Communication systems and their effect on various types of Modulation.

Written in a lucid manner, the book includes a large number of circuit diagrams, worked out examples, important formulae, and graded questions for practice, thereby, enabling the users to have a sound grasp of the concepts presented in the book and their applications.

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V. Chandra Sekar is currently working as the Professor and Head of the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering in SASTRA University at Kumbakonam, Tamil Nadu. He has over 30 years of combined industry and academic experience. While undertaking various projects of R&D in many organizations of repute, like the TIFR, Bombay and ECIL, Hyderabad, he has also taught various subjects of ECE to fresh and practicing Engineers. He has also presented several research papers in various seminars.

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